14 episodes

Turnaround Time from the Turnaround Management Association NYC features in-depth conversations between some of its more than 10,000 members in 53 chapters worldwide. TMA members work to strengthen the global economy by saving distressed businesses, navigating off-plan events and helping health companies avoid similar pitfalls — all incredibly important topics but even more so in today’s troubled economy. Learn more about the TMA at turnaround.org.

Turnaround Time Turnaround Management Association NYC

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    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Turnaround Time from the Turnaround Management Association NYC features in-depth conversations between some of its more than 10,000 members in 53 chapters worldwide. TMA members work to strengthen the global economy by saving distressed businesses, navigating off-plan events and helping health companies avoid similar pitfalls — all incredibly important topics but even more so in today’s troubled economy. Learn more about the TMA at turnaround.org.

    Subchapter V: Past, Present and Future

    Subchapter V: Past, Present and Future

    Bernstein Shur’s Bob Keach has been one of the leading lights in the establishment of subchapter V, the section of the bankruptcy code added in 2019 for small business debtor reorganizations. In this episode, he shares his quest to make corporate reorganizations more successful, efficient and affordable for American small and medium-sized businesses with Harvard Zhang, associate editor at Reorg.
    To learn more about turnaround management, news, and experts, visit turnaround.org.
    To learn more about Reorg, visit Reorg.com.
     
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    Our episode is sponsored by Reorg.
    Learn more about Bob Keach at Bernstein Shur.
    Follow Harvard Zhang on Twitter and LinkedIn.
     
    Learn more about Turnaround Time here.
    Our music is by Kit and the Calltones.

    • 45 min
    Building a Path to Entrepreneurship

    Building a Path to Entrepreneurship

    What does it take to map your own business success in our industry? In this episode, Sean Southard of Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard & Stevens is joined by Richard J. Shinder of Theatine Partners, Carol Levine of Arthur B. Levine Co., and Peter Furman of HunterPoint to explore the challenges and opportunities of turnaround entrepreneurship.
    To learn more about turnaround management, news, and experts, visit turnaround.org.
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    Our episode is sponsored by Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard & Stevens, LLP.
    Learn more about Sean Southard at Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard & Stevens, LLP.
    Learn more about Richard J. Shinder at Theatine Partners.
    Learn more about Carol Levine at Arthur B. Levine Co., Inc.
    Learn more about Peter Furman at HunterPoint.
     
    Learn more about Turnaround Time here.
    Our music is by Kit and the Calltones.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    In Session With Bankruptcy Judge Shelley C. Chapman

    In Session With Bankruptcy Judge Shelley C. Chapman

    From successful law partner to presiding judge in the famed Lehman Brothers bankruptcy case, retired Judge Shelley C. Chapman has not only witnessed her industry’s evolution from her perch at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York, she's helped shape it.
    In this episode, Judge Chapman and Heidi Sorvino, managing partner for the New York office at White and Williams LLP, look back on Chapman’s biggest cases, consider the current era of bankruptcy practice, and offer advice to today’s newest professionals.
    To learn more about turnaround management, news, and experts, visit turnaround.org.
    Episode Links
    Our episode is sponsored by White and Williams.
    Learn more about Judge Shelley C. Chapman at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP.
    Learn more about Heidi Sorvino at White and Williams LLP.
    Learn more about Turnaround Time here.
    Our music is by Kit and the Calltones.

    • 52 min
    Hunting for Zombie Companies with Ed Altman

    Hunting for Zombie Companies with Ed Altman

    Inventor of the famous Z-score for evaluating corporate financial distress, NYU Professor of Finance Emeritus Edward Altman is a legend in the restructuring industry. Today, he serves as director of Research in Credit and Debt Markets at the NYU Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions, where he continues to be the go-to expert on bankruptcy risk.
    In this episode, Professor Altman and Heidi Sorvino, managing partner at White and Williams LLC and President of the Turnaround Management Association NYC, consider recent trends in credit markets as well as Professor Altman’s recent research on creditworthiness across countries.
    To learn more about turnaround management, news, and experts, visit turnaround.org.
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    Our episode is sponsored by Baker Tilly.
    View Professor Altman’s slides here.
    Learn more about Ed Altman at NYU Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
    Learn more about Heidi Sorvino at White and Williams LLC.
    Learn more about Turnaround Time here.
    Our music is by Kit and Calltones.

    • 54 min
    Tales of a Turnaround Legend: Tim Coleman

    Tales of a Turnaround Legend: Tim Coleman

    From his roles at Citigroup, Blackstone and PJT Partners, Tim Coleman has seen it all: major bankruptcies (Macys, Delta Airlines, Purdue Pharma) as well as increasingly complex restructurings, buyouts and credit investing.
    In this episode, Coleman sits down with Mitchell Sonkin, senior advisor to MBIA Inc., to share some of the biggest lessons of his career — and to forecast where the restructuring industry is headed.
    To learn more about turnaround management, news, and experts, visit turnaround.org.
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    Our episode is sponsored by MoloLamken.
    Learn more about Turnaround Time here.
    Our music is by Kit and Calltones.

    • 51 min
    Pay for Performance? Pre- and Post-Petition Executive Bonus Tradeoffs

    Pay for Performance? Pre- and Post-Petition Executive Bonus Tradeoffs

    Ray Schrock of Weil Gotshal and Manges, United States Trustee Bill Harrington, and Colin Adams of M3 Partners join Turnaround Time to hash out key issues from business, compliance, and public relations; delve into hot-button issues; and reveal emerging trends in bankruptcy practice.
    Learn more about turnaround management, news and experts at turnaround.org.
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    Learn more about Ray Schrock at Weil Gotshal and Manges.
    Learn more about Bill Harrington and the United States Trustee program here.
    Learn more about Colin Adams at M3.
    To earn CLE, CPE or CTP credit, please listen for codes in this episode, then submit the codes through this TMA survey. Attorneys must also complete this attorney affirmation and email it to newyorkchapter@turnaround.org. Please include the phrase “Exec Comp Podcast” in the subject line. For more information regarding our episode’s topic, click here.
    Our episode is sponsored by SC Ventures.
    Learn more about Turnaround Time here.
    Our music is by Kit and the Calltones.

    • 1 hr 24 min

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